What are numbers between 0 and 1??

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What are numbers between 0 and 1??

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5 minutes ago, CuriosOne said:

What are numbers between 0 and 1??

Proper numbers (or Proper Fractions)
There as an infinite number of them.

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They are portions of one.

x-posted with Koti.

Edited by joigus
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12 minutes ago, CuriosOne said:

What are numbers between 0 and 1??

Define numbers.  As is the question doesn't make sense.

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6 minutes ago, koti said:

Proper numbers (or Proper Fractions)
There as an infinite number of them.

"""A number between 0 and 1"""

I'm getting this right out of """text books""

This is why i dont like to Google information and may explain confusions..

Proper fraction larger number on top smaller number on bottom.

Improper fraction is this thing in reverse.

So then, a number between 0 and 1 must be "a base?"

5 minutes ago, mathematic said:

Define numbers.  As is the question doesn't make sense.

I dont need to define anything, you either know or you dont...

Do you know??

Yes or No??

12 minutes ago, joigus said:

They are portions of one.

x-posted with Koti.

Sounds like a product to me, not a number..

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15 minutes ago, CuriosOne said:

""A number between 0 and 1"""

I'm getting this right out of """text books""

This is why i dont like to Google information and may explain confusions..

Proper fraction larger number on top smaller number on bottom.

Improper fraction is this thing in reverse.

So then, a number between 0 and 1 must be "a base?"

In another thread you said $100s on book.s I'm sorry to tell you that you wasted your money. Which book did you read that in ? $\frac{3}{4}is\;a\;proper\;fraction$ $\frac{4}{3}is\;an\;improper\;fraction$ Link to comment Share on other sites 2 hours ago, studiot said: In another thread you said$100s on book.s

I'm sorry to tell you that you wasted your money.

Which book did you read that in ?

34isaproperfraction

43isanimproperfraction

That can be re-assembled using roots...1/2

3/12 = 0.25 is as easy as 4/16 =0.25

3/4*1/3=0.25

Notice how 3/4 controls 1/3 =0.333...------> infinity..

"Through base 10 "obviously."

As 0.25*16=4*3 = 12+3 = 15 *(2x) =30*(2x)= 60

There is that minute you spoke of...lol

60/ [10* (3/12)^1/2] =12

12-3= 3^2+1 = """BASE 10""""

So a number between 0 and 1 "Uses Base 10"" "from what I see."

------->>>Is there a better way???

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Moderator Note

I guess you forgot you “knew” they were fractions